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    my3
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    Hi All,

    I am learning Joomla, I have installed 1.7 and not getting how to store the data in database.
    Actually i was going through this link http://www.phpeveryday.com/articles/...abase-P36.html and then i came to know that this is for 1.5.

    Please somebody suggest me how to do it in 1.7? I need to store and fetch the data from the database. From where i can insert my queries?
    Request you please help me

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    Please somebody respond to this.
    I really need help in this

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    I'm not sure about joomla, but I'm going to answer with a more general solution. To communicate with a database, or DBMS, you use a SQL language. You write queries with this. I'm not sure how this works with web databases though, I've only dealt with DBMSs
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    What data are you trying to store and fetch?
    I have worked with Joomla very little, and I have always used the admin interface for whatever I needed to do.
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    @AlphaMare:
    Actually under Joomla database i have created a table and stored user's data. Whenever user wants to see his information , he will login and only authorized user should see the data. And sometimes user also fill the data.
    And from the same table, when registered(only registered, not authorized) user logins he will also see his data.

    Please help me in doing this. I tried a lot myself, couldnt do it. I can construct the query for these but do not know how and where to use in drupal. How do you use in admin interface.

    Kindly help me. Please, Requesting you

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    Quote Originally Posted by my3, post: 226341
    @AlphaMare:
    Actually under Joomla database i have created a table and stored user's data. Whenever user wants to see his information , he will login and only authorized user should see the data. And sometimes user also fill the data.
    And from the same table, when registered(only registered, not authorized) user logins he will also see his data.

    Please help me in doing this. I tried a lot myself, couldnt do it. I can construct the query for these but do not know how and where to use in drupal. How do you use in admin interface.
    First, I'm not sure what software you are using.

    Second - I don't know how to do what you want in Joomla, and I have never used Drupal.

    It is my understanding that information in Joomla must be entered through the admin interface, but I have no idea how to do what you want, or even if it's possible.

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    @AlphaMare: I am sorry, it was typing mistake that i used Drupal instead of Joomla. Actually i know how to get the result for that. But my only question is where i should write my queries? I mean if i want to fetch some data of my own table how to do that.
    Or else please do tell me what how do you do database connection through admin interface.

    Please help me

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    Quote Originally Posted by my3, post: 226361
    @AlphaMare: I am sorry, it was typing mistake that i used Drupal instead of Joomla. Actually i know how to get the result for that. But my only question is where i should write my queries? I mean if i want to fetch some data of my own table how to do that.
    Or else please do tell me what how do you do database connection through admin interface.

    Please help me
    AS I said, I only have very limited knowledge of Joomla, and have no idea how to make or access custom tables that are created outside of the original install. I am very sorry but I cannot help you.
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